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Emmanuella, Ikorodu Bois nominated for 2021 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards

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Nigerian super kids, Ikorodu Bois, known for remaking movies and music videos have been nominated for the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2021 under the favorite African social media star category.

The nomination list for the Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards was released on its official website with two Nigerian-kid superstars clinching a spot in the award category.

The award is an annual U.S. children award produced by Nickelodeon.

It is indeed a big one for the kids as they’ve been making rounds for years in and out of the country.

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They were nominated alongside Emmanuella Samuel, a.k.a Emmanuella, a 10-year old comedian from Markangel comedy-Nigeria, Bonang-South Africa, Ghetto kids-Uganda, Elsa Majimbo –Kenya, Wain Van Den berg-south Africa.

Ikorodu Bois’ Babatunde Sanni, Muiz Sanni, Malik Sanni, and Fawas Aina,  is a group known for recreating and mimicking multi-million-dollar music videos, Hollywood movie trailers, and epic pictures.

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The awards which are strictly by voting sees the Bois battle it along with five others.

The Bois who have been making a lot of waves received recommendations from Hollywood star, Chris Hemsworth after making a remake on Netflix movie `Extraction 2’ by the Russo brothers which went viral.

Ikorodu Bois was recently featured on Steve Harvey’s TV show which was a good one for them; they have remade a lot of music videos and advertisements.

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The group got free equipment from Netflix last year to help them out in their shots since they have done a lot of video remix of Nigerian artist videos.

The 2021 Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards recognizes the biggest and most entertaining stars across the world of film, television, music, sports, video games, and social media.

 

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